Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 13, 1907 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, December 13, 1907
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Although auction will Itrgely center on the praclicel and standard gills, there are many special reduction lob throughout the store u additional in^cnllyc. Eveiy oBering of thb sl«« wUI IdM your most rigid reqirfreme^ offering cRbice of the world's most tfepaidablc and utisfactory wares, sensible economy Is afforded by every stock of the store. SO ddz. Ladies' Handsome Collars just opened up Elegant Handkerchiefs of every new description. $606 worth of fine Furs from 75c to $20 An elegant line of Fine Hand Bags Ladies' Combs, everything new to select from Doilies of every description and price Orcat ttedqcftanft ID MIMilncry. thl& G^qmi line of Trimmed Wiillncry at Actual Coftt. Ladieft', Wi^sies^and Children*^ Coat ft, I4d Handsome garments cut down to the Closest Sdllnq tirlce> »EC lift rOR ftENftlBLC AND UftEfUL CHRIftTMAft PREftENTft. RKSHARDSOM'S ' 113 Emi mmllmoa Wmmt Th9mp' Hmiml. Allen County InstittM* WSli Heltf J ion at Muffi%tJjfH T ^Miorrow. The AUen, Ootqity. FanBoo' IMU- tate will bold a nfletbis In th« conn- cil tooDL at .HaBib9l<U Mmwvfw. Tb« forovlDg; Is M prtenii.: lQ :i90 a. ii>.-r-Arraa««Beat of Corn in Boy«' Contest. I I 1^:30—Direct aid Indirect ProSt in , Dalryinc—J. W. Hanun. •i 1*1): 50—Poultry for ProUt—^firs. Rldiard BbUr. -' 11:I5—Tito Kecesaity for Increa*- ins Soil A. lAUd*. - 11:40—Kowtd Orow Froit for Family Use.—Ira Noyea. 1:16—p. m.-^ort Bnatnesa Session. 1:30—Alfalfa-^J: BarnMskasan. 2:30—How to Inereaiet tha Yield I and Qnality of Com in Allen Oonnty —John Donburdi. 3:30—The lUght Method of Btorket- ing Crops.—John Role (NDb. SVMPATHY.FOR FiCMlLY. JOHN ROEISENBERQ was lola Saturday and Sunday. • • • F.. .M. Slack was orer from Tola Thnrsday paylns taxes on hia Woodson county propeMy. • • • C. E. Hair was over froia loIa Tuesday to dose up part of his contract for building the new schoolhouae. • • • Mrs. W. P. Nokes visited in Tola last week with her son. Orville, and family.—Yates Center News. ATTORNEY Holmes of Yates Cen­ ter and S. R. Card, of lola. were in Neosho Falls for the practice of medl*' U.VUSUAL Sale: The lola Pumi- the city Tuesday in the interest of cine. • • • Mr. and Mia. J. F. Bey- ture Store is doing a very unusual nolds visited in lola Thnradaj; and thing Just now on putUng in their re- Friday of last week.—Neoaho Falls construction sale, when Christmas matters connected with the E. Q. Stniwell estate. • • • Dr. J. Morgan has purchased the D. R. Inge residence and is permanently located in 1 Post. Try a traat Ai. !• tbe Bcsbter. Behind thePocketbook Of Every Family You Will Fiod a WOMAN .V\D EVEfltY WOMAN SHOULD USE HER INFLUENCE IN THIS JLVTTEB. THE WIFELY INSTINCT SHOULD D£X.\ND THAT THE WAGE EARNER SHOULD BE FREE FROM THE CARE OF LARGE CASH OUTLAYS. THE POwiR BEHIND THE POCKET BOOK, SHOULD SEE TO IT THAT HER CLOTHES, HER HUSBAND'S CLOTHES AND THE CLOTHES OF ALL THE FAXILY. BE PURCHASED AT THE PEOPLE'S I^^TORE ON .VN EASY SELF-.iDJUSTING PAYMENT PLAN. WE CLOTHE THOUSANDS AND NOT ONE OF TH^M WOULD GO BACK TO THt OLD MAY OF PAYING AN EXCESSIVE PRICE AT AN EXCLUSIVE CASH HOUSE. THEY LIKE THE EASY PAYMfeNT PLAN. THEY THRIVE WITH IT. THEY'VE NO STRUGGLE TO MEET THEIR BILLS. irS THE PLAUSIBLE, LOGICAL AND GENERALLY PRACTICAL 20TH CENTURY PLAN. 1 i/'J'l ^1. i Men's Suits and Ov^oab .. $6.00 up '":* Men's PsntSt $1.50. $3, $3 and $4 Boys' and Young Men's Suits ..$2^0 up .' Boys' Pants \ • • 35c 35c, 50c and 75c Ladies' Cloalu from $2.50 up Ladies' Man Tailored Skirts and Suib. all Prices. Shoes at Greatly Reduced Prices. Furs! Furs! Furs! Buy them now. LW»IE8 FEEL AND KNOW WHAT IT IS TO DRESS STYLISHLY. COMFORTABLY AND ECONOMICALLY. PAYING YOUR INDEBTED?(E8S OWY AS YOU CVNj KNOW WHAT IT IS TO BE ENTIRELY FREE FROM LARGE CASH OITLAYS. HASTEN TO START AN ACCOUNT. tl.«e (tRtiM A WEEK WILLfDO. PBOPLE^S STORE OUTFIHING COMPANY IsOUTfiWBST CORNER OF THE SQUARE lOLA, KANSAS. sales are being be!d with prices strong. After Christmas buying is over and the invoice taiien Is the usual time to make big reductions in prices. But of course, they were caught in .a very unusual predicament and no doubt have reasons \rhlch Justify them in their unusual proceedure. Yatea Cantar Nawa ipaaka Wall of •tiWrt FMily. > The Yatea Caster b »8 this to 'say of tbe Stewart mqt^der: Mrs. Stewart wa» fli»^«rlr Mrs. Ida SummerReld of thhi coantT' and was divorced from. him. flte. or aU years ago. She lived vldi Stewi^rt s.->veral years as his wife, bnt was married to him In Ft. Scott about a year ago. She Is anything but a comely woman. I Stewart's tiodr was brought to , Yates Center: Sfonda; erening. ^and , was then taken to LeBpy on th^ nl^ht ! train for burial in tbe Lc^T ceme- tirry where bte brother ia buried. His brother. C. A* Stewart, was In lola Sunday And |(ond«y makhig the necessary arran^menta for the burial. The ni'embera- qf the Stewart ftun- iiy here are all respected people and feel V-pen 'y the traKedy that was brought upon. them. To tTn«!le Alex, as everybody calls him, the bjo^r is sini' nly awful. The unfortunate man's , father, brothers and aiaters had dofie ell they conI4 to have hM lead a <lit- fTent life, but to no ATaU. Ko blame can be attached to t^em and »ll their friends sympathize wifh them In their affliction. MR. ULM8TEAD, of the Lumberman's Portland, was In the city yesterday on buslEcss. A SON was bom to Mr. and Wf- Oliie Soutberiand W^sdnesday. Diec- cmber 11th. ESS S5i?^.T:s. r The Safest for Childnin Children require this very gentlest and .safest bowel regulator you can give them. Violent purgatives are likely to do more harm than good. And moreover, they unnecessary suffering from griping and nausea. Orderlies are undoubtedly the jxjst bowel-mcdicine.ft»r children ever discovered. Th^ assist Nature to renew her functions so qtiietly and naturally that there is no unpleasantness whatev^. They cure constipation without griping or nausea, and afford immediate and lasting reliei. Rexall Orderlies are pleasant tasting, vanilla flavored tablets, and children take them as eagerly as they would can<fy. Larg* Bex (3S tablato). S5«. Small Bex (12 tabtefs). 10c. S. R. BURRELL, THE ^fcatttie SIWE This AdYertismit Is a "Special" invitation for yon and your fiJenda to visit our store whether you coatetoplate a purchase or not. We want every one to see our goo is and leam of tbe big values we are constantly offering. No. 7 Fiour, per sack .. ..IIJU Cooking Apples, per pk. ...40c Cabbage, per lb ... .2c Sweet Potatoes, per pk. ...iic P. C. Corn. .1 cans .... ...25c romatoes, 2 cans ...23e Table Peaches, per can 9 «e, 2Sc «•« Ste Galloai Peaches, per can . Whole Wheat Flour, aack. .41« Pastry Flour, per i>k» .. ..Mr Price's Pood. 2 pkga .« .lallon iApplea. per can . Gallon PuJBpkin, p«r eui« Bulk Ollvee, Mr pItt ... ..Uc IJottle OilTea. bottle him .......... mt^» •te Fryer Bros,

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